Cambridge Airport strengthens support for light GA Maintenance

Cambridge Airport has announced exciting plans to strengthen its support for light GA Maintenance and, from 1 April 2012, Luke Hall - the current Cambridge Aero Club Chief Flying Instructor, Examiner and Manager - has taken on the added responsibilities as the Head of General Aviation.

Luke Hall said: “These are exciting times for light GA Maintenance at Cambridge with the forthcoming introduction of a new management structure and with the focus being on an improved customer service. An experience at every level designed to fully meet the expected requirements of the customer. The emphasis will be to provide an exceptional maintenance service led by its customers and the GA community.”

Being established through Marshall Aerospace for the general aviation maintenance sector for over 40 years, Cambridge Airport provides service on most single and twin aircraft with a view to actively seeking expansion into developing this market and obtaining additional approvals.

Archie Garden, Director of Cambridge Airport is keen for the Airport to be seen as the quality destination of choice for General Aviation in the East of England, and said, “Having a market beating maintenance organisation is a key component of our vision.”

Cambridge Airport is part of the Marshall Group of Companies, a private family business, owned and managed by the Marshall family. The business was founded in Cambridge in 1909, and entered aviation in 1929. The Marshall Group activities include Cambridge Airport, Marshall Executive Aviation, and Marshall Aerospace, focused on engineering and technology.

Cambridge Airport primarily targets the east of England market with a strong focus on Cambridge and its business, academic and industrial sectors. The airport is ideally positioned for easy access to the City of London with just under an hour’s the drive to Canary Wharf and the East of London the location of the key Olympics venues. With a 1965m/6447ft runway accepting aircraft up to Boeing 757 or Airbus 320 it is suitable for intercontinental business jets as well as small cabin aircraft. It boasts CAA Category 7 Fire & Air Traffic Control status and has full navigational aids and communications, which include radar approach coverage up to 30nm. It has invested in a new GPS approach to complement its ILS system.


For further information contact:          
Group Support Executive
The Marshall Group of Companies
The Airport, Newmarket Road
Cambridge, CB5 8RX
Tel: 01223 373227 (Office)./ 07785 316763 (mobile)

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